Every single CPU found in any computer, from a cheap laptop to a million-dollar server, will have something called cache. More likely than not, it'll possess several levels of it, too. It must be important, otherwise why would it be there? But what does cache do?
Constant crashes and poor performance are a big problem
Your local failed mall could soon become an Amazon fulfillment center
Big cores + little cores = power + efficiency
Who needs 1s and 0s after all?
Grab the first game in the Quake series for free
Any app that even remotely resembles an "app store" is not okay in Apple's book
It appears Superman's days are numbered
An all-electric throwback to the 60s Mustang
The Aviar R67 is a 840 HP,
all-electric classic Mustang
Someone just dumped 20GB of internal Intel data on the Internet
Twitter will begin adding labels to government-affiliated accounts
Wireless charging has
an efficiency issue
Mulan is landing on Disney Plus, but be ready to pay a lot extra for it
People won't abandon Windows 7, still found on a quarter of PCs
The New T-Mobile era is underway
Come on settlement money, Daddy needs a new pair... a new shoe
Uber's food delivery business has been a lifesaver during the pandemic
Never a good look
Starts at a cool $8,000 and goes over $30,000 for the fully-specced 3990X version
Facebook's shares have surged
The Zen 3 part has 16 cores, 32 threads, and reaches 4.8 GHz
A US "Great Firewall" may be in the works
Will Microsoft buy TikTok in time?
Best-in-class laptops included
Including state-backed media profiles
With improvements across the board, what were widely considered the best headphones on the market are now even better. The first Sony WH-1000XM4 reviews are in.
5G uploads still aren't as fast as downloads
Plus, who is the band Samurai?
Amazon maintains a significant lead in the smart speaker market
You won't have to pay for the same game twice
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